It is not so terrible to connect to each other…
Question from the Internet:
“What on Earth seems terrible but is actually necessary for survival?”
From our inherently self-serving, self-justifying, individualistic and subjective point of view the idea of integration, being dependent on each other, obligated to be responsible for each other bring the usual close circles in a global fashion seems terrible, intolerable.
But since our global, integral conditions are forced on us by Nature, and evolution’s relentless plan driving the whole system towards full integration, we don’t have a choice.
In order to become capable of solving our mounting global problems, in order to safeguard our collective Human survival, we will have to learn how to build the crucial necessary, positive, mutually responsible and mutually complementing interconnections.
For that we have a special, purposeful and highly practical educational method, that can help us act, develop above and against our instinctive, inherent attitude.
First of all we need to overcome our instinctive resistance so we can survive. But when that collective survival is secured through our cooperation, gradually we will notice, sense, taste that a collective, mutually complement, integral existence gives us a qualitatively much higher sense of life, as when single-cell organisms became multi-cellular, by that gaining a much wider systemic perception, comprehension.
Imagine when this unfolds on our Human degree!